B&B Villa San Marco

Contrada San Marco, Agrigento, 92100, Italy
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Travel Tips for Agrigento

The breathtaking beach at Eraclea Minoa

by helenjones

If driving west along the south coast after a visit to Agrigento do yourself and the kids (if you have them) a favour and stop off at Eraclea Minoa. There is another archaeological site here which was unfortunately closed by the time we arrived so we ended up on this fantastic beach for a couple of hours. There is a campsite right at the edge of the beach which is an ideal retreat for a family holiday, or indeed for any beach lover. You could literally be swimming within 20 seconds of waking up! This is a difficult place to get to on foot and there's no way you'd get a tribe of kids from the main road to here without tearing your hair out on the way! This is a car only type place unless you're into walking distances. If you do decide to walk it take water with you as there is nowhere along the way. There are a couple of beach cafes when you arrive but that's it.

cats also do wander

by vysnaite

there are many wandering cats and dogs in Agrigento. This one was very cute, I really love this pic! A cat was sitting on the ground and patiently looking at the window, waiting till a girl opens it. most likely they feed this kitten once in a while, but a person who said that cat has a following logics "if you feed a dog, he thinks - great, a man is a master. if you feed a cat, she thinks - great, he's feeding me, so I'm God" was absolutely wrong :)

A vibrant city with a few good temples thrown in

by helenjones

"Valle dei Templi"

If you're into Greek temples then you can't go far wrong with Agrigento although be warned that it will be extremely busy through the summer months - it was really busy when we were there in September. There are five temples in total which require a reasonable amount of walking if you want to see both eastern and western sectors. Allow half a day for a leisurely stroll amongst the ruins and don't miss the fallen telamon (man lying on the ground after becoming exhausted from holding his temple up for all those years!). The temples look fantastic when lit up at night and are worth a drive past.


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Address: Contrada San Marco, Agrigento, 92100, Italy